I want to open a remote desktop session from my laptop to desktop over my SSH (reverse) tunnel. That should be simple (or at least doable), right? Until now I've been using Team Viewer to log in to ...
With a netcat listener like: nc -l <port> < ~/.bashrc I can grab my .bashrc on a new machine (doesn't have nc or LDAP) with: cat < /dev/tcp/<ip>/<port> > ~/.bashrc My ...
I've been fiddling with getting this to work for a while now, so I suspect some sort of fundamental misunderstanding about how pipes work is the root cause of my troubles. My goal is to initiate a ...
I have access to an intermediate server to which I can connect with ssh. From there I can connect to other servers: A→B→C, where A is my laptop, B is an intermediate server accepting connections from ...
I am trying to write a daemon using bash. I will enter my partner's IP address and the connection will start using nc partner_ip 2015, likewise on the server I will start the connection using nc -l -p ...
If I run these NetCat below commands (no error messages at all) during a WireShark capture running (capture filter= udp dst port 4000) : luis@Zarzamoro:~$ echo "Hello" | nc -w1 -4u 255.255.255.255 ...
I am trying to pull temperature and humidity data from Fluke DewK 1620a thermo-hygrometers and write the temp/humidity readings to a log. I can connect to the device via netcat with a simple 'nc ...